Spring Green Necklace. Vermeil Clasp, Petal Pearls, Peridot Briolettes, 17″, $230.
14KT Yellow Gold with Faceted Peridot Briolette Earring Jacket, $475.
Peridot Jacket hangs on 14KT Yellow Gold Green Tsavorite Huggie Hoops, $375.
Vermeil Hooks, Orange Padparascha Sapphire Briolettes, Pink Baroque Pearls, $230.
Ring. 14KT Pink Gold Hammered Band, Rose Pearl, size 7, $630.
24KT Vermeil Clip-On Earrings with Etched Leaf Motif & Jumbo High Luster Green/Bronze Baroque Pearls, $250.
Wow:-)) I have been creatively manifesting new jewelry in wildflower hues while wandering through Tucson, Indianapolis, Atlanta and Ithaca. The prolific growth experienced in the south during this weird winter/spring gave birth to a new series titled “Jewel Palette.” In addition, planet alignments have been particularly stunning, and tonight the Big Pink Moon is going full blast with the star Spica and Saturn close by. So called The Big Pink Moon because of the phlox wildflowers now appearing in the north, the 2012 Spring Collection is dedicated to Rebirth. I too feel reborn because breathing now occurs without constant pain. Breath is a true miracle I will never again take for granted. Thank you for your continued thoughts towards my healing.
I hope you can view the new Elaina Designs jewelry online
and/or visit us at one of the upcoming shows, two in Atlanta this month, San Francisco/Santa Barbara area in May, Ithaca, NY in June, and Alaska & Seattle at summer’s end. And remember… Mother’s Day is around the corner on May 13!
Spring Collection Preview, Atlanta Studio #8
Fri. & Sat., April 20 & 21, 10AM-6PM both days.
Inman Park Festival, Atlanta
Sat. & Sun., April 28 & 29, 11AM-6PM both days.
Our booth will be at the corner of Euclid Ave. & Waverly Way.
Trunk Show & Appts for Private Consultation, San Francisco/Santa Barbara
May 2-10, details TBD.
Green Door Barn Studio Show, Ithaca, NY
Opening Reception: Thursday June 14, 5PM-8:30PM,
Fri. -Sun. June 15-17, 11AM-6PM.
TBD: Alaska and Seattle, August/September. Details to come.
Stay sane, breathe the beauty (not the pollen), and graciously exhale to our continued well being.